Hell In A Bucket West L.A. Fadeaway Greatest Story Ever Told Loser Tons Of Steel Ramble On Rose When I Paint My Masterpiece When Push Comes To Shove The Promised Land-> Bertha
Addam's FamilyTake A Step Back Morning Dew Playing In The Band Drums Space The Other One Stella Blue Throwing STones Not Fade Away
Slow Train Stuck Inside Of Mobile With The Memphis Blues Again Tomorrow Is A Long Time # Highway 61 Revisited It's All Over Now, Baby Blue Ballad Of A Thin Man John Brown The Wicked Messenger Queen Jane Approximately Chimes Of Freedom Joey All Along The Watchtower Times They Are A Changin'
-encore(s)- Touch Of Grey-> Knockin' On Heaven's Door
Jerry Garcia - Guitar, Pedal Steel Guitar # Bob Weir - Guitar Brent Mydland - Keyboards Phil Lesh - Bass Bill Kreutzmann - Drums Mickey Hart - Drums Bob Dylan - Acoustic Guitar (Set 3)
November 19, 2016 Subject:
Makes you wonder...
First of all, great transfer. The matrix really brings out the recordings full dimensions.
Aside from this being one of the higher regarded shows for Dylan & The Dead, some of the stronger "together" tunes makes you wonder, the potential if things had gone a little differently, and Dylan had been perhaps a little more cooperative. You feel it at this show more than some of the others, the collaborative possibilities.
Tomorrow Is A Long Time and Chimes of Freedom are the highlights. Chimes would have been a fabulous tune from the Dead solo to have picked up. Imagine, Bobby's vocals and Brent/Jerry's passionate instrumental embrace.
Anyways, i'm getting a kick out of listening to these shows from the summer that I was born. Thanks for your hard work!